(Submit Articles) It foresees the distribution of more than 6,500 modules to regions of Africa, South America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Scinet Corporation will begin to distribute emergency medical units in mobile containers through its foundation called Scinetcorp. These units are made up of completely equipped modules, enabling the provision of first aid service and basic medical specialties at any site where the container is transported and installed.
The modules have all that is needed to function with autonomy, even at sites where there is not any infrastructure. Besides attending ER cases, these containers provide care for specialties such as electromedicine, ophthalmology, dentistry and obstetrics. Likewise, they include a module with vending machines that supply consumable health products such as serum, syringes, forceps, pharmaceutical material, etc.
The emergency medical units of Scinet Corporation will contribute to the expansion of health care coverage. Around 2 billion people lack health care in the world, according to the WHO. UNICEF also claims that, as a result thereof, each year 12 million children die from non-fatal illnesses in developed countries. Furthermore, 500,000 women die annually during childbirth, 99% thereof in Third World countries.
The medical containers developed by Scinet Corporation will enable the reduction of the child mortality rate, improve maternal health and fight illnesses such as AIDS, malaria or tuberculosis. These are three of the Millennium Goals established by the UN for the period of 1990-2015.
Scinet Corporation foresees the distribution of more than 6,500 modules to regions of Africa, South America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia. These units will be complemented with production mini-plants, which are completely equipped containers wherein all kinds of products and basic services are produced: food, drinking water, footwear, clothes, etc. Just like the emergency medical units, each container includes the machines, wiring, piping and necessary installations to function with autonomy.
The emergency units and the mini-plants will operate connected to the World Trade System of Scinet Corporation. This is a worldwide database that gives access to 60 million referrals to merchandise, raw materials, products and services, through automatic operations and digital certificates for trading.
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